Fuses and Relais |
We start by looking at the location of fuses and relays.
First the fuses. The main fuse box is located on the left hand side of the instrument panel.
The cover is removed by turning the button. Printed inside the cover you will find a listing of the circuits protected by each fuse. The fuses are identified by the numbers of the terminals they bridge.
Position 1-2 is not normally used. However on cars fitted with air conditioning, this is the location of the main supply line fuse.
Fuse 3-4 protects the heater circuit. On cars fitted with air conditioning it protects the compressor electromagnetic clutch.
Fuse 5-6 is labelled battery control. It protects the horn, clock and interior lighting circuits.
Fuse 7-8 is for the hazard warning flashes.
Fuse 9-10 labelled ignition control, protects the stop lamps, direction indicators, instruments and the brake failure warning circuit.
Fuse 11-12 protects the screen wash/wipe circuit. The first four fuses on the top left of the box protect the right and left main and dip head lamp circuits.
Fuse 21-22 is for front and rear side lights, the rear fog lamps and the instrument panel illumination.
Finally, fuse 23-24 protects the front fog lamps.